Hollywood actor Will Smith shares an image of himself on social media.
Will Smith has done a reality check on his fitness, confessing he is in the worst shape ever.
In an Instagram image posted on Monday according to India time, Smith appears in a more regular frame than his usual muscular self.
"I'm gonna be real wit yall -- I'm in the worst shape of my life," he wrote as caption.
Actor Joel Kinnaman laughed and wrote: "Hahahahaha".
Filmmaker Ava DuVernay said: "I see no "worst" here."
"Hahahhahahaha that face is fits the caption so well," wrote DJ Steve Aoki.
Rapper and actor Ludacris could not control his laughter looking at his picture and dropped laughing emojis on the commenting section.
American singer-songwriter Harry Hudson called Smith a "genius".
Singer Sonna said: "You're Will Smith!! You can be in whatever shape you want."
Grammy nominated American rapper, DJ Lana Michele Moorer, better known by her stage name MC Lyte brushed it off and said: "Lies".
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Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan shared an adorable throwback photograph and thanked her grandmother for creating her mother Amrita Singh.
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Talat Siddiqui was a gifted character actor who ruled the silver screen in the 1960s when such actors won equal, and sometimes more, praise as the leading stars. Besides her, the legendary Talish is another example of such a character actor.
Pakistan’s heartthrob Shaan Shahid said, “HappyMothersDay. The hand that prayed and guided me, the arms that held me safe from all the tempests of life. Thank you for always being with me."
Measuring 430 x 865 mm, the engraving — the largest of its kind produced at the time — depicts pilgrims from as far as the mountain of Arafat arriving for the Hajj, charting their journey into the holy city.
Kate Haralson, 20, was removed from the service after sharing a TikTok video of a FaceTime call she had with the 51-year-old actor. Haralson said she wanted people to be aware that ‘a lot of guys in Hollywood are talking to all these young girls.’